Eurostar To Resume Train Services After Covid-1906/07/2020
Eurostar is ready to launch direct train services from London to Amsterdam and Disneyland Paris within a few days after Covid-19.
Unless, there are no major changes ahead. Eurostar will reinstate its services between London to Rotterdam and Amsterdam from July 9, 2020.
Also, it will resume services from London to Marne-la-Vallée, on the doorstep of the Disneyland Park from August 2, 2020. It will only take over two and half hours to get there.
Travellers intending to travel in Amsterdam, can reach there without any stops.
However, there will be through passport checks in Brussels and UK, before taking another train.
As, Eurostar is re-launching its services. It is offering travellers more flexibility on their bookings, with all fares now available to exchange with no fee, up to 14 days before departure.
Tickets for Christmas breaks are also on sale.
The flexibility fares star from just £39 each way and apply to all bookings made between July 1, 2020 until December 31, 2020.
While, a traveller is considering to travel other parts of the Europe. Eurostar will provide its extended services within Amsterdam to Utrecht, Rotterdam to The Hague, Amsterdam to Haarlem and Rotterdam to Delft.
Additionally, they will also have preferences to travel in Strasbourg, Bruges and Cologne.
But, Eurostar will introduce new hygiene measures on board and in stations, to provide customers with a comfortable and safe experience.
It will also introduce a new seat map. That will ensure travellers are seated at a safe distance apart while respecting social distancing guidelines.
Eurostar will ensure trains are cleaned regularly before every journey, and cleaning teams are on board to regularly disinfect high contact areas.
As per instructions from the governments, travellers will need to wear mask while they are on board and in-stations for additional safeties.
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In UK, flights are more cheaper than travelling with trains.